On Friday, Saturday and Sunday I’ll be at New York Comiccon! You can find me at booth P-9 with Evan Dahm and Kel McDonald. See you there!
I love this comic.
I relate to the story so well.
Well, she looks kind of completely different.
Miz Bina’s mom, you are not making it easy to be sympathetic towards you! And I want to know what’s up with the whole “I don’t want my freakin’ daughter in my class” thing…
If you’ve ever been in a class with a teacher’s kid, it’s really awkward. The parent is put in a position where they’re trying really hard not to be favorable to the kid, which can often make the kid feel pushed aside, compared to the normal level of attention they receive from the parent… it’s icky.
It’s exactly why my mother sent me to a different school to the one she taught at. One temptation is to focus on teaching your own child.
Ugh. I really don’t like the mom.
I didn’t like her at first, but this page and the one before it have kind of changed my mind.
I think she’s just kind of worn out from raising an angsty teenaged daughter. Especially since Bina’s in her class and she has to switch back and forth between the teacher and mother role so much. Bina’s a daddy’s girl, and I think her mom is a little sad that her relationship with her daughter isn’t so great.
She loves Bina. She just kind of sucks at showing it.
People usually do see it from the mother’s point of view
What would you think if her dad acted like this?
I love evan’s stuff!!! i wish i lived in new york so i could meet both of you awesome people!!
also. yes. this comic. its really just beautiful how well you are writing this story and its characters, pleasepleaseplease keep up the amazing work
She thinks she is Bina. See, she wrote it right there on the note you are holding.
I think Wanda and whats his name are on a collision course for Bina, Eyeball Kid (when are we going to learn his real name?) and whatever else is at the warehouse since wanda is currently cruising on the lake.
Just started reading, and loving it!
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